WATCH: CRE tech panelists discuss why the industry has yet to embrace data

Market slowdown could affect the way real estate firms invest in new technology

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Mar.March 10, 2017 03:00 PM

From the New York website: On March 9, The Real Deal celebrated the official launch of our new real estate and research division, TRData, with a Big Data + Real Estate Forum in Midtown Manhattan. The event saw some of New York City’s most knowledgeable Big Data and technology executives come together for two panels about the future of tech in real estate and how data is being harnessed in innovative and exciting ways.

The first panel, moderated by TRD‘s Hiten Samtani, brought together David Eisenberg, SVP of CBRE; Yale Fox, CEO of Rentlogic; Caren Maio, CEO of Nestio; Michael Mandel, CEO of CompStak; and Richard Sarkis, CEO of Reonomy. The topic was big data and how its use could shake-up the way home-buying and investing works.

Check out the above video to watch the panel in full.

For more videos, visit The Real Deal’s YouTube page.


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